NILES, MICHIGAN – Michigan State Police arrested a Niles city police officer Friday in connection with charges of police misconduct, Niles police said.
The officer, whose name was not released, was taken into custody by Michigan State Police, Paw Paw Post, in lieu of an investigation into misconduct while on duty, Niles City Police Chief Richard A. Huff said in a statement.
Huff cited a pending investigation as the reason why details of the charges were not released.
The Niles City Police Department is fully cooperating with the State Police investigation and is conducting a thorough internal investigation into the matter, Huff said in a statement.
The officer has been suspended. He is expected to be arraigned Monday at Berrien County Trial Court.